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February 9th, 2014, 06:05 AM
Had I been a boy I would have been a Vincent (ugh). Since I'm a girl I'm Estelle.
I've read all of it except the two latest chapters. I actually really like it, and would love to know what happens next, so if you are mailing people to warn them about new chapters you can add me to...
I don't think it's manly, I've only heard it on girls. Maybe Devin is a bit more manly, because it reminds me of Devlin, and that's definitely a boy's name.
I don't think there's a consensus on...
August 24th, 2013, 04:05 PM
Wren. I love nature names, I love the way it sounds, and I'm not so keen on Florence, I don't like the "Flor-" names so much.
I'm the eldest of 4. Estelle, Éloïse, Ernest, Éloi. No middle names !
I find Lily and Ellen "Ellie" too close, so I voted Nora. Nora fits in with all the other names very well :)
August 22nd, 2013, 06:58 AM
Antonia Eloise. I like how Antonia sounds, and Eloise is my sister's name, so it holds a special place for me :)
Not a fan of Jemima, and I find Oriane harder to wrap my tongue around in English.
I don't like the Friends connection. It might not be easy to have everyone reminded of Friends when they hear your name, all your life. And I agree with above posters, it's even more out of place on...
I'm afraid I've still not come to terms with people using "-son" names on girls. I mean, of course at the end of the day it's your choice but as for my opinion I don't like it.
Just another note :...
Same as above ^^'
I say go for it. That's a great story you can tell your daughter of how you both came up with the name ! It's a lovely name too, unusual and exotic but not threateningly so.
I vote Sebastian. Much more meaning behind it, and it sounds nicer too. I know a teenage Sebastian, he's a great person. Great sense of humour and very considerate towards everyone. I'm not really a...
Laura, it's a classic, simple and pretty. For some reason Lauren has a slightly pretentious association for me.
June 15th, 2013, 04:55 AM
It is definitely dated to me, I am not a fan. Someone said it was stylish in Europe but that is not my experience.
Mary over Caroline any day. Simple, strong name. But I don't find Clementine suits Mary very well ? I have to second the people above me who suggested Mary Caroline.
June 7th, 2013, 12:52 PM
Dropped : Mckenzie, Brittany
Added : Nora
June 7th, 2013, 12:49 PM
June 5th, 2013, 01:09 PM
Dropped : Farrah, Claudia
Changed : Everleigh to Everly
I would spell it Rylinn, it makes the pronoucination more obvious (to me anyway).
I also loved the suggestion a few pages back of giving her a "bird" middle name. That would be so neat, to...
I think you made the right decision, Molly Ann sounds just right next to Nora Louise. :)
June 5th, 2013, 10:57 AM
I much prefer Penelope to Margot. Nicer nickname options (Penny or Nell), and it has a lighter and softer sound than Margot.
In fact I really dislike the name Margot... It sounds harsh and I...
I would hyphenate. It's more common these days and it gives the child a link to both families, so he doesn't feel isolated, but special instead. It's a good thing both surnames have only 2 syllables,...
I've only heard it on a girl (in Switched at Birth), so I guess that makes me biased but I find it a lot easier to imagine on a girl.
I think it's fine as a name, it's not the only one-syllable...
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